DaimlerChrysler AG's Mercedes-Benz U.S. unit says its '00-model base prices will average to no increase over '99 models. However, as has become the industry norm, Mercedes says added equipment for '00 models adjusts to an average 4% price reduction across the entire model range. Pricing on the C-Class starts at $31,750; E-Class $47,100; M-Class, $35,300; CLK $41,600; SLK, $41,000; SL $82,600; S-Class $69,700. A portion of the extra-value reduction comes from one significant new 2000 ...
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